Share Strategies to Prevent Blood Clots When Traveling

The resurgence of travel will bring questions about how to prevent venous thromboembolism (VTE) on long trips.

Long-haul flights are often thought of as the main culprit...but any trip (bus, car, etc) over 4 hours may increase VTE risk.

It’s rare...but as travel time increases, so does risk.

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